CHANGES IN THE EARLY PREGNANCY

A Missed period is the first major sign of being pregnant is a missed period and there are no marks for guessing that. However, there are many other changes that your body undergoes to welcome your baby into this world. Check these out for spotting early pregnancy

Mild cramping:  Mild abdominal cramps are common during pregnancy. However, if these persist and are getting worse by the day, it is best to visit your doctor at once.

Spotting early pregnancy / Implantation bleeding: Implantation bleeding happens when the fertilised egg implants or anchors itself into the lining of your uterus. This kind of bleeding is light and lasts much shorter than your period. You can expect this around the time of period or a couple of days after it. Though harmless, it is best reported to your doctor.

Feeling tired: You body mechanics are on a high to alter your system to make it more baby-friendly. So, fatigue can take over and you feel like you can use an extra few hours of sleep each day. Perfect excuse for an afternoon power nap.

Morning sickness; A good percentage of women experience nausea and morning sickness, thanks to female hormones going crazy. It is not restricted to morning alone and can happen during any time of the day. You might find yourself getting aversions to certain foods and smells
Growing belly: There would be no baby bump as such but your clothes might start to feel tighter on the waist. This is a sign of an expanding uterus. So, go shopping and buy something that is more easy on your belly.

Frequent urination: The expanding uterus puts pressure on your bladder which means more and frequent trips to the bathroom.

Being moody,  irritable or forgetful all the time: All this might resemble PMS. Again, the hormones are to blame here. However, it is important to consult your doctor if you feel gloomy or depressed for more than 10 days at a stretch.This might be a sign of pregnancy associated depression
Heartburn and Constipation: The passage of food through your system is slowed down in order to allow your body to absorb and assimilate the nutrients better. This leads to feeling of being full, more gas in your tummy and maybe more burps and farts, too!! Constipation is another thing that bothers many women during pregnancy. To counter this watch your fluid intake and eat more fibre in your diet.

Breast tenderness and sensitive nipples: To nurse your baby, your breasts too are getting prepared. Sore breasts and nipples indicate an increased blood flow and upsurge of hormones.

So, ladies do let us know if you found this post informative.


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